These links are organized to demonstrate the breadth of work that can be done on SoTL topics and to provide help with range of different kinds of SoTL studies.
How to Write About Creative/Professional Work
How to present information on any kind or genre of work.
Qualitative versus Quantitative Measures
A link to a website that explains the difference between these two types of data and critically examines the utility of this distinction.
Using Mixed Methods - explanation of the use of mixed methods in data collection and analysis and the different kinds that exist.
Evaluation Research - External link explaining strategies and types of research for examining larger goals like program evaluation.
FCTL's IRB information page with links on how to apply for and gain approval from the U.C.F. Institutional Review Board for your SoTL project.
information on grants available for SoTL projects and how to apply for them.
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